4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you really need a legal representative for any reason, you should work closely with them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent they can be, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important ways to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're going to reveal for them. Privilege means whatever you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know everything in advance - most importantly information another side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they need to help them win. 3. Turn Up Early For All Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are on time, each time. In fact, because you may want to discuss last minute details or be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important so that you can prove to a legal court which you both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. By way of example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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Lying Opposing Attorney! Work Comp?
Hearing Officier Sides With Opposing Attorney With Her Accusing Me Saying Something When I Never Did!
And I Spoke Up Saying I Never Said That! Yet Hearing Officer Puts It In His Decision Just What Opposing Attorney Said In Her Favor!!
Hindering My Case! And Hearing Officer Says I Am Not Creditable
Due To This Opposing Attorney Lies/It Doesnt Even Match Up To The
Print Out Nor The Court Recordings But Noone Will Even Look!
Well If She Is Lying To Do So!
Then That Means I Can Lie In Court To Protect Myself?
I Had An Obundsman And They Dont Work Like An Attorney For You
Why Must I Be Truthful But Opposing Attorney Doesn'T Have To Be??
You were accused of saying something. You denied it. The finder of fact didn't believe you.
Part of the hearing process is the assessment of credibility, figuring out who to believe, and the adjudicator will be afforded a great deal of latitude in this area.
That said, if there's absolutely *no* evidence (bearing in mind that a lawyer's submissions aren't evidence) of you saying what you were accused of saying, you *may* be able to have the decision revisited at a higher level. (Exactly where you go depends on what jurisdiction you're in, and what tribunal you were before. And that can affect the test for review, as well.)
Torrent Help And Legal Information!!!???
I Downloaded A Game Using Bit Torrent. The Game Was Split Into 100 Pieces Of Zipped Files. I Unzipped Them. They Were Organized Into Two Cd'S For Installing The Game. Each Cd Only Had One File Though. Each Cd Has A .Cue File And A .Bin File. The Instructions For Using The Torrent Say To Burn The Files To A Cd. Do I Just Burn The Two Files Or Do I Need To Unzip The .Bin File To Something Else?
If And Only If You Answered The Above Question, Please Answer This Question Too. Is Torrent Downloading Legal? The Game I Downloaded Is Relatively New. It Seems Like Something Like This Would Be Illegal, But Since So Many People Do It, It Also Seems Like It Would Be Legal. Is It Legal Or Illegal To Download Games Using Torrent Software? What About Movies Or Music?
Many Thanks To Everyone That Participates In His Question. The Best Answer Will Go To The Answer That Fully Addresses Both Issue And Is Acceptable To Me. Thanks Again!
Okay you do not need to waste media to burn bin files with first off. Go snag Daemon tools it will make a virtual drive that you can "mount" each cd or dvd with to install the game. It basiclly makes ya pc think you have the cd or dvd inserted.
And anything you download via bit torrent that you do not have a original legal copy of is considered piracy. You can get in trouble but they only seem to go after 12 year old girls who use limewire or 80 year olds that thier grandkids get 0-day movies off bit torrent.
Why Is It Impossible To Find An Attorney To Take On An Existing Case?
I Am Unhappy With My Lawyer Who Hasn'T Filed A Case Yet. I Called The Los Angeles County Bar'S Attorney Referral Service And The Lady Said To Try Another County Or Referral Bec None Of Her Lawyers Would Want To Take Over An Existing Case. I Have A Great Case So Why Is That The Case? Do I Have To Be Stuck With My Bad Lawyer Who I'Ve Caught Lying To Me?
My answer comes from my experience as a paralegal. My answer may seem blunt, but I'm not trying to make friends. I am going to try to help you and shed some light on the industry that you might not know.
You state that you have a great case. Well, frankly, everyone that walks into an attorney's office thinks they have a great case. When you don't know the law, how to interpret the law, or how to apply the law, everything looks like it is a winner. This may NOT be the case. You really might not have anything the attorney can work with.
"My lawyer hasn't filed a case yet." Well, this could be a million things. He could be a bad attorney, or...back to my previous paragraph. There might not be anything to file. An attorney can't just fill out a piece of paper and chunk it at the Court. He/she has to find case law to support your argument. He/she has to pick the right causes of action. If you truly have a "great case", you don't just slop it together. You make it bulletproof. This can take time. As you don't state how long he has had the file, I can't determine that. No one can.
As for the referral service, the lady was being honest. She was stating, "I am not going to waste your time. They won't take an existing case." There is nothing you can do about that. Taking over existing cases is a chore and if you can avoid it, most attorneys do.
Do you have to be stuck with your current attorney? No. This is not legal advice, but what I would do in your position. You can write a letter to the attorney. Send it certified mail with return receipt. In the letter, state that you are unhappy with your service, you are ending your business relationship and that you would like a copy of your file. If you have a retainer posted, request that any billable hours should be deducted from the retainer and the balance sent to you. If you have an engagement letter, you better read this letter thoroughly when it comes to terminating services.
Once you receive your file, start making appointments with other attorneys. As I said before, maybe you are being impatient. I run into that a lot. People have the impression that once you hire an attorney, things would be done in a month. Not the case. It takes a lot of time and a lot of work. Maybe he is that bad of an attorney. I just feel that most clients don't understand what is a "good case" and what is not. What you feel you are legally entitled to is not ever close to what the law actually states. Again, I don't know details, but that is my opinion from a paralegal that deals with this every day. An attorney is not going to sit on a "good case" for long.
**EDIT** There is no ethical dilemma for taking a previous handled case. There is always the potential for "conflict of interest" which is completely different. You cannot represent two conflicting parties such as a man/wife in a divorce. There is no conflict if the attorneys know each other. If that were the case, everyone would have to hire out of state attorneys.
Legal Help Please- Every Lawyer Is Telling Me Something Different- Battery Case In Florida.?
I Got Into A Fight With My Brother At Home. I'M 22 And He'S 21.
My Parents Called The Cops To Break Us Up, They Never Wanted Me To Get Arrested. But I Beat Him Up Pretty Bad And I Had No Marks On Me, So I Was The One That Got Arrested Even Though I Think He Started The Fight.
I Got Out Of Jail And Missed My Arraignment(I Left My House 2 Hours Before But I Live In Miami, There Was An Accident And I Got To Court An Hour Late Because Of The Traffic Jam)... And So They Put My Plea As Not Guilty Because I Wasnt There(I Dont Know How This Makes Sense), And Now I Have A Trial On The 28Th.
My Brother And My Parents All Want To Drop The Charges, We'Ve All Resolved It But The Court Still Wont Let Me Go. The State Attorney Says That Even If Nobody Wants To Press Charges I Still Have To Go To Trial.
My Dad Called The State Attorney And He Told Him All He Had To Do Was Show Up To My Trial And Testify Against Me(Doesnt Make Sense) And That They Would Offer Me A Program And That They Would Drop The Charges.
My Mom Called The State Attorney And Said There Was No Way They Could Drop The Charges, But That Without A Testimony, They Didn'T Have A Case Against Me Anyway.
I Never Mean To Plead Not Guilty, I Just Want To Get These Charges Dropped But The State, The Lawyers, And Everybody Else Are Telling Me Something Different And Nothing Makes Sense.. I Dont Know What To Do.
It'S A Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Battery Charge.
Well if you did not have the plea of not guilty entered for you (automatic or they issue a warrant when you do not show up, the judge was being nice) your case would not have any chance to be dropped. You cannot plea "drop my case" it is either no contest not guilty or guilty.
In Florida and all other states on domestic charges it is no longer up to the victim whether the case goes forward or not.
It is up to the prosecutor. The ASA handling the case has apparently decided that they have enough to try you, or they just want to have you show up in court on your court date for a lecture from the judge.
It has been decided nationally that in domestic battery cases the people of the state are the victims since domestics affect everyone, not the person hit.
This has cause a large dip in domestic homicides over the past 17 years since the laws were changed. Victims are no longer able to continually drop cases until the abuser actually kills them.
If the lawyers don't know the law try talking to an actual criminal lawyer, not some guy who does real estate closings.
Any Lawyers!?Whats The Law For Il About Dating Minors?
Whats The Law For Il About Dating Minors? Could You Explain A Little? Example I Am 15 Will Be 16 In December And A Guy Is 17 Will Be 18 In May...We(Meaning 4 Of Us) Were Pulled Over And The Police Threatened To Take Him To Jail Because He Was With Minors....Now He Says That He Has Been Thinking And Thinks Its Best If We Stay Friends
What are you NOT including in this question? Based on what you actually say, they have no way to know you are dating, and no reason to CARE about your ages. DATING is perfectly legal. Sexual conduct would be in some states and not others. I didn't look up IL law. Unless you making out in the car, that would not be an issue for a traffic stop.
Who Has The Legal Rights To House?
My Fianca Bought A House 2 Yrs Ago In His Name(Plus I Just Found Out That He And The Mortage Company Add My Income To It)We Moved In. And I Am Wondering About My Future, If Something Happen To Him(I Wouldn't Want Anything To)Who Would Get The House His Ex Wife (2 Children With) Or I. He Says Not To Worry His Mother Would Take Care Of It. But What About When She Is Gone??? Please Advise Me On This.
I remember your last question about abuse. This guy sounds manipulative. BE REALLY CAREFUL DONT trust him! If he is abusive now, I can assure you it will only get worse. I don't mean to be mean, but don't let him take your money.
It may depend on the laws of your state.
As a fiancee, I don't believe you have ANY legal rights whatsoever. If you signed on the loan, SIGNED, you are responsible for the loan, but it doesn't make the house yours, because you have no legal rights as a fiancee I'm pretty sure in most states.
You have to be ON THE DEED or married to have any rights to the house. I don't know if you signed any papers on the house or loan. If you did, you have legal access to that paperwork. Get it either from the mortgage company, or the Court House/deeds. Call the courthouse and ask them where to go to get copies.
If you are getting married, he should put you in his will or on the deed. However he can chnge the will anytime he feels like it, and you may not know. A will would give some relief for both of you that you will be taken care of if he passes, and the children will also. Without your name on the deed or being married (in most states) you have no legal rights to the house and I would be suspect of his love for you if he does not feel he needs to assure provision for you after he is gone.
Maybe you should put more assertion into expecting to be provided for after his death. If you don't seem capable of handling finances, he may only entrust this to his mother, however then you are also subject to her feelings and control. As his wife, he should not only assure provision for you, but also expect you to have responsibility with that money. Complicated. Talk to an attorney to see what you can do that would work out for you and the kids so you can stand on some firm ground when you discuss this with your fiancee. Many attorneys have a first consultation for free.